Why optimists seem to be healthier

01/12/2010 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Research indicates optimists are 9% less likely to have heart disease. Researchers found that the optimistic are more likely to eat well, exercise more, smoke less and have better social relationships. Optimistic women in particular are more likely to follow medical advice and treatment plans.

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